anonymous said 4 years ago

Mojgan Habibi’s work explores notions of movement and change. She aims
to express aspects of human spirituality through ceramic sculptures.
Her practice examines elements of infinity in the movement of the spiral form to represent change, transformation and hope. The expression of movement is enhanced through grouped installations that play with illusions of movement and stillness.
Mojgan is inspired by the thirteenth century poet Rumi and the spiritual
dance of the Whirling Dervishes.


anonymous said 4 years ago

Education
2012 Master of Arts, RMIT, Melbourne
2009 – 2010 Bachelor of Fine Arts, RMIT, Melbourne
2008 Certificate III in Arts Administration, Box Hill TAFE, Melbourne
2006 – 2008 Diploma of Art, Box Hill TAFE, Melbourne
1999 – 2001 Advance diploma of Visual Art,Tehran, Iran

Exhibitions
2012 Online Directors Cut Exhibition on the Blake Society’s website
Interpretations of Intimacy, Open Space Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
Spiritual transformation, First Site Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
New Ceramics, Subject matter Gallery, Hawthorn, VIC
Linden Postcard Show, St. Kilda, VIC
2010 Ceramic Exhibition, Carbon Black Gallery, Prahran, VIC
2009 Fire & Water, Pardis Gallery, Tehran University, Kish Island, Iran
2008 Crackle, Yarra Sculpture Gallery, Abbotsford, VIC
Box Hill TAFE Graduate Exhibition, Meat Market Gallery, VIC
2007 Society, Pat Emery Award Exhibition, Paynter Gallery, Bendigo, VIC

Awards
2007 MDA Award for Outstanding Practitioner in Ceramics, Box Hill TAFE